Freshmen #231: Riff Dornan Interview
Today Freshmen released Issue #231 bringing us a double feature flip fuck with Derek Caravaggio and Joaquin Arrenas and this interview with Riff Dornan.
This week’s Freshmen Issue #231 brings us the Riff Dornan Interview with studio boss George Duroy as interviewer and Eliot Klein as translator. To put it in a time frame, Riff tells us here that he’s 19 years old. He has just started working for them and they are about to go to Lake Balaton, to start filming the BootCamp series for Freshmen. Now it gets a little confusing, because at Lake Balaton he was interviewed by Kevin Warhol (see here). And there he says, it’s his first interview. That interview is also worth watching, even though it doesn’t go as deep as this one. And it ends with a hot solo jack off session. Since this one doesn’t, I have added a few pictures from his great solo gallery released in Freshmen Issue #121 (see here).
Riff really opens up here. It’s not so often that their boys are willing to talk about personal things. At that time, he’s living with his mother and doesn’t have contact with his dad since many years. He says he doesn’t care anymore. Currently, he has stepfather #4 and the constant change doesn’t make the situation easier. They are always fighting. Riff has tried living on his own, but it didn’t work out. He also mentions that he’s the one getting beaten up, but I can’t say if means that literally. Previously he was working at a gas station in 12 hours shifts, and still didn’t make enough money. So he decided to quit and start working in porn. And BelAmi is his first and so far only studio.
Of course working in porn and having sex with guys also doesn’t come easily. I guess it’s save to say he’s (more or less) straight and in a relationship with a girl. Apparently, he has told his mother that he’s doing porn. Since he wants to be honest to her. In his free time he likes hanging out with his friends and he loves playing football (soccer). His dream is to become a pro football player. But as Duroy says, it’s probably a little too late for that.
BelAmi is a studio that actually takes care of their models. And of course, the more comfortable they are with the situation they are in, the better their performance is. Here Duroy offers Riff that after filming in South Africa, he could stay a little longer and his partner could come so that they can spend a nice vacation together. And I wouldn’t be surprised, if the studio was going to cover at least part of the expenses.
I must say that these days, Riff looks much happier than in this interview from his early days. He definitely bonded with fellow Hungarian boy Bart Cuban. They already had a duo scene together (see here), and a few three ways with other guys. Like f.e. with Elio Chalamet (see here), and Olaf Mortensen (see here). He was also the translator in a Bart Cuban interview (see here). And ended up talking more about Bart than Bart himself.